FBI searches University of Delaware for classified Biden documents
The FBI conducted two searches at the U.S. University of Delaware in search of classified documents handled on behalf of U.S. President Joe Biden, a familiar source has told the network. CNN.
The recordscarried out in recent weeks with the consent and legal cooperation of the president, were carried out in the library of the university institution.which houses a collection of documents of the Biden’s time in the Senate.
Federal agents recuperated materials from two university locations. on two different days. These did not appear to have classified markings, according to the source, although they are now being reviewed by the FBI.
The University of Delawarewhere the U.S. president studied, has more than 1,850 boxes of records in its possession which have not been opened to the public since the collection arrived at the university in 2012, its website states and the aforementioned network has picked up.
The search for documents at the University of Delaware is the most recent movement of the U.S. justice to locate classified documents previously unknown in Biden’s hands.
The FBI has searched Biden’s two homes in Wilmington and Rehoboth. Beach (both located in the state of Delaware), as well as. the Washington office of the Penn Biden Centera private entity of the president attached to the University of Pennsylvania.
So far, federal agents have found classified documents in Biden’s Wilmington home and in his private office.
The scandal has called into question Biden’s handling of the allegedly protected material. and has given wings to the Republicans, who have used the case to denounce a double standard, following the accusations made last year against Trump for also keeping documents.